Eubank wanted to bravely carry on fighting after being brutally put down twice by Liam Smith.
Smith became the first man to ever send Eubank to the canvas in the middleweight’s professional career.
The fourth-round onslaught continued as Eubank was bundled to the canvas as he struggled to keep his footing.
He once more amazingly made it back to his feet on unsteady legs but the referee had no choice but to wave it off.
Trainer Roy Jones Jr was ready to throw the towel in but Eubank somehow wanted to carry on going.
He even rushed over to Smith, refusing to believe the bout had ended and had to be held back by opposing coach Joe McNally.
When Eubank, 33, cleared his head, he congratulated Smith, 34, but insisted he wanted to fight on.
He said: “Big congratulations to him, I felt like I could have gone on but he caught me with a great shot.”